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UC Berkeley Professor Oliver Williamson wins the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economics

Note: An HD feed of this press conference is available at www.youtube.com Press Conference October 12, 2009 Williamson, the Edgar F. Kaiser Professor Emeritus of Business, Economics and Law at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a professor of economics in the College of Letters and Science, shares the 2009 prize with Elinor Ostrom,… Read More »

What combination of education and experience is usually required to become a college business professor?

I have worked in accounting & finance positions for the last 18 years and have hold both a bachelors degree and my MBA. Recently, I have taught several classes as an adjunct (part-time, 1 course at a time) instructor and have found that I really enjoy it. I’m wondering what are the requirements to secure… Read More »

How to become an online professor, teaching credited courses via the internet?

Asking for my husband, who is 44, has a B.S. in Computer Science, and 25+ years work experience as a programmer including corp experience with IBM, Peachtree Software, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and other consulting companies. He has also taught credited college classes as a adjunct professor. He would like to teach credited college-level computer science or I/T… Read More »